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Follow Friday: Who to Follow on Twitter for Theme Park Fans (April 12, 2013)

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Twitter has evolved into an essential platform for those hoping to keep up with the latest news and developments from theme parks all over the world. Every week, we pick out five great Twitter accounts that all theme park fans should follow. Don't forget, you can follow Theme Park Tourist via @ThemeParkNews and @ThemeParkOffers.

@DIBBCast (theDIBB Podcast)

Every year, hundreds of thousands of tourists fly from the UK to Florida, with most of them descending upon Walt Disney World. theDIBB Podcast serves UK Disney fans, not only with its excellent audio offerings but also with its Twitter feed, which keeps them up-to-date on the latest developments at the resort.

@ParkScope (ParkScope)

How do you stand out in a world where there are already hundreds of theme park news websites? It helps if you have a knack for outstanding investigative work and turning up exclusive scoops. ParkScope is a relatively young site with a burgeoning reputation.

@ClubWDW (ClubWDW)

With a presence on just about every social network going, ClubWDW does a great job of rounding-up all of the latest news from the Walt Disney World resort.

@thethemeparkguy (The Theme Park Guy)

Stefan Swanzger has set himself a simple, but hugely ambitious challenge: to visit every theme park in the world. Known, appropriately, as The Theme Park Guy, he has built up both a stunning store of photos and a thriving community on his website.

@Parkscout_com (Park Scout)

The English-language version of a huge German website, Park Scout offers regular updates from theme parks all over the world. The ParkScout.com website also offers detailed listings of amusement parks, zoos and other attactions.

Look out for more Twitter recommendations for theme park fans next week!


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